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The Academy of Science Fiction Fantasy and Horror Films Site Navigation: HOMEPAGE | HISTORY | FOUNDER | SATURN AWARDS | LEADERSHIP | CONTACT | Media: PHOTOS | VIDEOS All About the Saturn Awards: VOTING PROCEDURES | ANNUAL NOMINATIONS | SPECIAL AWARD RECIPIENTS | PAST AWARD WINNERS Member Areas: AFFILIATE & MEMBERS AREA (Voting Booth & Profile Settings) | SATURN AWARDS .NET (Member Login) | (Admin/Press Login) Help Support the Saturn Awards - VIEW MEMBERSHIP DETAILS HERE Now Viewing the Standard Version: TURN ON MOBILE VERSION To become a member Click: membership link here. or click below to make donation: The Saturn Awards organization is the official awards group of The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films. The Academy was founded in 1972 and is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. The organization was founded in 1972 by Donald A. Reed who earned two degrees at the University of Southern California. As a life-long fan of genre entertainment, he became noted as one of the leading authorities on Count Dracula. That dedication and passion soon took shape as the Academy and the Saturn Awards. Dr. Reed was devoted to the genres right up to his passing in 2001. The Academy is now headed by an equally-devoted group of enthusiasts including Mark Altman (film and television producer), Kevin and Bradley Marcus (feature film writers), and Robert Holguin who currently serves as President of the Academy. With several hundred members in Los Angeles, the Academy holds official screenings of films for the purposes of award consideration. The organization also shows films for promotional purposes. The group screens close to 100 films a year. The Academy has a large group of members who live outside of Southern California who join expressly to support the Academy and vote in the annual awards show. The organization is currently screening in the Westwood area and encourages anyone who works or lives in the general perimeter to consider supporting the Academy and attend screenings. This is a great value to anyone who loves attending films. You will see a wide variety of films and you may bring a guest with you to these private screenings. Members only show their membership cards at the door for admittance. Please look throughout this website for more information on the Academy. THE OFFICIAL NOMINATIONS FOR THE 2017 43rd ANNUAL SATURN AWARDS The Force is with Lucasfilm / Walt Disney Studios as "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" captures 11 nominations for the 43rd Annual Saturn Awards; AMC's "The Walking Dead" clubs tv competition with 7 nods. The Saturn Awards Organization unveiled the nominations for the 43rd Annual Saturn Awards. Lucasfilm / Walt Disney Studios' Rogue One: A Star Wars Story beamed boldly, leading the pack with 11 nominations in the motion picture category. Disney's dominance extended with 10 nominations apiece for the Steven Spielberg-directed fantasy, The BFG, Marvel's epic mind-bender Doctor Strange, and 8 nods for Captain America: Civil War. Top motion picture nominee getters include 7 nominations for Warner Bros.' Harry Potter prequel Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, and 6 nominations each for Paramount's thought provoking alien contact drama Arrival and Disney's live-action retelling of The Jungle Book. Hidden Figures received two nominations (Best Action / Adventure Film Release and Best Actress in a Film - Taraji P. Henson) for its real life depiction of turning science fiction into science fact with mathematical breakthroughs that sent our first astronaut into outer space. AMC's The Walking Dead proved unstoppable in the television category, leading the herd with 7 nominations. HBO's ambitious reboot Westworld lassoed 6 nominations, followed by FX's American Horror Story: Roanoke (5 nominations), AMC's Walking Dead prequel Fear the Walking Dead (4 nominations), Starz's historical fantasy Outlander (4 nominations), and 4 nods for CW's superheroine Supergirl. Stranger Things received a nomination in the Best New Media Television Series category as well as young star Millie Bobby Brown and Winona Ryder who co-starred in the popular genre series. Walt Disney Studios garnered the lion's share with 20 motion picture nominations, followed by 18 for Marvel / Walt Disney Studios, 16 for Warner Bros., 15 for Paramount, 11 each for Lucasfilm Ltd / Walt Disney Studios and 20th Century Fox, 7 for Universal Pictures, and 4 each for Lionsgate and The Weinstein Company. On the television side, AMC dominated with 13 nominations, followed by The CW (12), Netflix (11), and HBO (9). To watch the special annoucement of the nominations of this year's 43rd Saturn Awards, visit the organization's YOUTUBE channel. Hosted by Valerie Perez and Jeff Rector, special guests who participated in the program include actress Clare Kramer (Tales of Halloween), Greg Grunberg (Heroes, Star Wars: The Force Awakens), Violett Beane (CW's The Flash), and Janina Gavankar (Fox TV's Sleepy Hollow). Discussions of the nominations are handled by Mark Hughes (contributing writer for Forbes Magazine), Sean Gerber (genre blogger), and Jason Inman (DC All Access). Youtube Film: Youtube Television: The Saturn Awards Organization is part of The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films which is a non-profit corporation founded in 1972 by Dr. Donald A. Reed. The organization is dedicated to honoring film and television genre entertainment. Over the years the Saturn Awards has expanded it's reach to include other related genre entertainment work including action, adventure, thriller and selected dramatic work. Robert Holguin currently serves as President. This year's awards show is slated to take place on June 28 in Burbank California. For press inquiries, please contact: Sue Procko (The Procko Group) or Ed Peters (The Procko Group) The Nominations for the 43rd Annual Saturn Awards: Best Comic-to-Motion Picture Release: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Captain America: Civil War Deadpool Doctor Strange Suicide Squad X-Men: Apocalypse Best Science Fiction Film Release: Arrival Independence Day: Resurgence Midnight Special Passengers Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Star Trek Beyond Best Fantasy Film Release: The BFG Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Ghostbusters The Jungle Book Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children A Monster Calls Pete's Dragon Best Horror Film Release: The Autopsy of Jane Doe The Conjuring 2 Demon Don't Breathe Ouija: Origin of Evil Train to Busan The Witch Best Action / Adventure Film Release: Allied Gold Hacksaw Ridge Hidden Figures The Legend of Tarzan The Magnificent Seven The Nice Guys Best Thriller Film Release: 10 Cloverfield Lane The Accountant The Girl on the Train Jason Bourne Hell or High Water The Shallows Split Best Actor in a Film: Chris Evans (Captain America: Civil War) Benedict Cumberbatch (Doctor Strange) Chr... 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